Why is the ice cap getting 10% thinner every 10 years?



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    Climate change is the main cause of increasing ocean temperatures. Because of this, the ice cap continues to melt at a high rate. Not only is the surface area of the ice melting away, but the thickness of the Arctic ice cap is also being affected. The persistent melting of the ice cap will result in a loss of habitat for such animals as polar bears.

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